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SCHOOL RULES AND RELEVANT INFORMATION
It is compulsory for all students to wear the prescribed school uniform. Students who do not conform to the dress code given below will not be permitted to attend classes.
Classes 1 to 5 : Grey half pants with blue check half sleeve shirts.
P.E Uniform : As approved by the School
Classes 6 to 10 : Grey trousers with blue check half sleeve shirts.
P.E Uniform : As approved by the School
Hair should be short and neatly trimmed.
Classes 1 to 5 : Grey pinafore with blue check half sleeve shirts.
P.E Uniform : As approved by the School
Classes 6 to 10 : Grey skirt knee length with blue check half sleeve shirts.
P.E Uniform : As approved by the School
Hair should be cut to descent length. Long hair should be braided with plaits. Girls are not permitted to use any makeup and only one piercing of the ear lobe is permitted. Ear piercing with fanciful flashy decorative earrings will not be allowed.
Boys : Black school socks, black leather shoes with laces for regular school uniform.
Girls : Black school socks, Ballarina black leather shoes for regular school uniform.
NOTE : All students will wear the prescribed shoes – white canvas shoes with rubber soles for PE classes. Coloured track shoes will not be permitted.
Under no circumstance will any form of change in uniform be tolerated, for instance lowering of girl’s pinafore waist line / boys using hipsters, etc., Low waist pants for boys not allowed. Moustache, beard and long prominent side locks are also not allowed.
GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming, disobedience or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in a student being suspended from school. Repeated offences of the kind mentioned above may ultimately result in the removal of the student from the school.
School property willfully damaged or destroyed will be required to be made good. In addition, a heavy fine may also be imposed.
Students of the school are not permitted to ride/drive any motorised vehicle in the school campus nor will they be allowed to park these in the school campus. Those coming on bicycles will need to dismount as they enter the school campus. The parking lot is to be used by the students to park their bicycles. All cycles should be kept under lock and key.
The classrooms and corridors are not extensions of the playground and hence no playing or running around shall be indulged in these areas of school buildings.
Every child should and must possess the school Diary. The Diary should be brought to class everyday. If it is lost, a new one must be purchased from the school office by remitting Rs.100/- only.
No parent or visitor may meet the teachers or students during the working hours of the school without the prior permission of the Principal. The staff rooms are strictly out of bounds for all parents.
Parents / Visitors may meet the Principal on all working Thursdays between 4.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. or else by appointment only.
No student is permitted to bring/use a mobile phone, camera, iPod or any other electronic items to the school. Any of these items, if found in the possession of the student, will be confiscated. A fine of Rs. 500/- shall be imposed upon the student. The student may also be subject to any other disciplinary action/punishment as the school authority may deem fit.
The school is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings. It is not advisable for students to bring valuables to school. All students must carry a lock to school to lock their bags when moving out of classrooms.
Birthday celebrations or any other celebrations inside the classroom are strictly forbidden.
Students are not permitted to bring sports equipment of any kind into the classroom.
Every student has been allotted an admission number. This has to be mentioned in his/her fee card. Kindly quote this number in all correspondence with the school.
Parents/Guardian are requested to notify the school of any change in address or telephone number.
If for any reason, a student has to leave school, one of the parents has to take prior permission from the Principal. A gate pass slip should be collected from the main office and should be signed first by the Class Teacher and the Principal. This must be produced at the gate in order to leave the campus.
Speaking in English is compulsory inside the school premises.
It is compulsory that students take their school diary to the Assembly and the library.
PUNCTUALITY, ABSENCE AND SICKNESS
The school hours are from 8.45 am to 1.50pm for Grades 1 to 3, 8.45 am to 2.30pm for Grades 4 to 6, 8.45 am to 3.10pm for Grades7 to 12, Students who are habitually late will be issued a warning letter.
The gates will be closed at 8.45 am in the morning.
Students must be regular and punctual in attendance. A record of absence must be maintained in the school diary. For absence from school for more than two days, a leave letter must be provided, addressed to the Principal.
Absentees on rejoining school must provide a leave letter from their parents or guardians explaining the reason of absence supported by Medical Certificate in case of illness.
No half day leave will be granted except under very special circumstances.
If a morning appointment is made with the doctor, the student may not be sent to school on that day.
Attendance on National Days like Independence Day, Republic Day and other notified functions of the school is compulsory. Absence without prior approval will be viewed seriously and may invite drastic disciplinary action.
Students afflicted with serious diseases or those who have been exposed to such diseases in their homes must complete the quarantine period before rejoining school. This should be indicated on the Medical Certificate.
The holiday schedule is clearly indicated in the school calendar. No permission will be given to leave school earlier than the last working day before a holiday or return after the scheduled opening day.
One Saturday of the month will be a half working day for students for grade 4 to 12. The schedule for working Saturdays is indicated in the diary. Attendance on Saturday is as important as on any other working day. Please make your plans with the working Saturday schedule in mind. Absence from school of Saturdays will severely affect the SUPW grades. Please note, as per the CISCE regulations, a pass in SUPW is as important for promotion to the next grade as is passing in English.
Warning letters are issued to students for the following reasons which may result in a student’s dismissal from the school.
- Truancy either from Assembly or from Class.
- Habitual late coming.
- Shortage of attendance without valid reason (Less than 80% of attendance in a month)
- Indifference towards studies.
- Rudeness or insubordination to the School Authorities.
- Failure to participate in the co-curricular programmes of the School held during the year.
- Driving a motorized vehicle in the School campus.
- Smoking or chewing of addictive substance.
- Consuming alcoholic drinks.
- Spitting, writing or defacing walls or School furniture.
- Meeting friends or outsiders and ex-students during the working hours of the School.
- Ragging or bullying by the student or the parent of any student.
- Use of unfair means during tests and examinations.
- A student is found to be not coming in regular uniform with neat hair cuts for three consecutive days.
As a rule, tuitions are not encouraged. However, in case a student has failed in a particular subject/subjects, individual attention may be sought from the teacher after school hours. Parents do not have to make any payment for the same.
The name of the student with correct initials and spellings, admission number, class and section should be written clearly on all copies of the challans. The payment of fees should be made in IDBI Bank, Dr. Balasundaram Road, Coimbatore.
The Parent’s copy of the challan must be preserved till the end of the next academic year.
If fees are in default, appropriate disciplinary measures (including curtailment of facilities) will be taken against the defaulter.
Those who opt to use the School Bus can pay the bus fees either as a single remittance or in two parts.
- All students must appear for all school examinations.
- No student will be allowed to leave the examination hall/room while the examination is in progress.
- During examinations students must take care to come in proper uniform.
- The use of unfair means or malpractices by the student in any examination, will entail the annulment of the entire result. If it occurs during the final examination, promotion will be denied. If the offence is repeated in a subsequent examination, parents/guardians will be required to withdraw their son/daughter/ward from the school.
- No re-exam will be conducted for any class test, internal assessment or Examination.
- The examination schedule is indicated in the diary.
- Class test 1 for Grade 4 to 12: 19th June, Monday onwards. Internal Assessment 1 for Grade 4 to 12: 10th July, Monday onwards
- First Term examination for Grades 4 to 12: 24th August, Monday onwards.
- For Grades 4 to 9 there will be two papers per day each of One hour duration with a half hour break in between.
- For grade 11, there will be 2 hour papers one per day.
- Grades 10 and 12 will do an examination as per the ICSE/ISC pattern.
- Internal Assessment 2 for Grade 4 to 12:4th October, Monday 2017 onwards.
- Second term Examination for Grade 4 to 12 10th November 2017 onwards.
- Two hours papers for Grades 4 to 10 and 3 hour papers for Grade 11 and 12.
Term 3 :
- Class test 2 for Grades 4 to 9 and 11: 18th December 2017, Monday onwards.
- Internal Assessment 3 Grades 4 to 8. 12th February 2018, Monday onwards.
- Final Examination Grade 9 and 11: 12th February 2018, Monday onwards.
- Final examinations for Grades 4 to 8: 27thMarch 2017, Friday.
- The syllabus and dates for the class test and the Internal Assessment will be entered in the School diary in the pages provided for the same by the student.
Assessment Pattern for Grades 1 to 3
There will be no examinations for Grades 1 to 3. The students will be assessed on a continuous pattern as described below:
June, July August: Continuous Class assessment on reading, dictation, Handwriting Oral work etc. No dates will be announced, students will be marked as per the work done in the class. 60 marks.
July Class test for 20 marks in all subjects. 10th July 2017,Monday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
August class test for 20 marks in all subject. 24th August 2017,Thursday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
October, November Continuous Class assessment 10 marks. October Class test 20 marks in all subjects.4th October 2017, Wednesday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
November Class test 20 marks in all subjects.13th November 2017 , Monday onwards Dates will be notified in School Diary. Total marks 50.
Term 3 :
December, January Continuous Class assessment 40 Marks. December, January – Class test for 20 marks in all subjects.18th December 2017, Monday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
February Class test for 20 marks in all subjects.12th February 2018,Monday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
March Class test for 20 marks in all subjects.27th March 2018, Tuesday onwards. Dates will be notified in School Diary.
CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION
- Promotion will be considered at the end of the School year only. To gain promotion from one class to another, children must have spent one year in the lower class and must have performed appreciably well during the year.
- Students absent for any test will not be given another test. In case of illness, medical certificates must be submitted.
- Children failing twice in the same class will have to be withdrawn at the end of the year.
- Students of classes 1 to 9 will be assessed through assessments of 80 marks each and internal assessments of 20 marks each. Internal Assessments also include projects.
- Students are expected to pass in all subjects.
- The pass mark for each subject is 40%.
- In order to appraise themselves of their child’s progress in school, parents are requested to come to the school on the Campus days held after each examination.
- The progress report must be signed and retained by the parents.
- The school gives the utmost importance to these Campus Meetings and it will appreciate the parents who are very prompt in this aspect.
The school has insured students against accidents in the school campus, at home or on the road. Parents are also covered under this scheme, in case of accidental death. The school office manager may be contacted with the bills in order to claim the insurance amount. A maximum of Rs. 15,000 can be claimed per accident.
Tamil, Hindi and French are offered as Second languages for all classes.
Tamil and Hindi are offered as Third Language from classes 1 to 8. French will not be offered as a Third Language.
To withdraw a child from the School, a full calendar month’s notice must be given in writing to the Principal, otherwise fees will be charged for the month following that in which the child leaves. Written consent of both the parents/legal guardians will be required before issue of Transfer Certificate. The Transfer Certificate will be provided only after all dues are cleared. TCs must be collected from the School office. The last date for submitting an application for withdrawing a student is February 28th. In case an application submitted later than that, the first term fees for the next academic year will be charged.
BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE AND ATTESTATION
Parents who wish to obtain a Bonafide Certificate may give a written application for it, (mentioning the reason for which it is needed) to the clerk in the office and collect the certificate the next day. Photograph of the student must be in full school uniform.
Please meet the Principal after 4.00 pm for any attestations. For photo attestation, the photos must be taken in the school uniform.
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